New season, new hairstyle! To help you get inspired for your next appointment at the hair salon, we picked out a few stars that changed their hair over the summer. Take a look below!
Ariana Grande's bangs
At first glance, it may not seem like Ariana changed much about her hairstyle, considering she's still sporting her iconic half-up ponytail. However, something is different when you look at her forehead –she has bangs now! They were left long, especially on the sides of her face, so that regrowth will be easy if she ever gets tired of them. Bangs of all kinds are trending this season, so don't hesitate to ask your hairdresser to give you some!
Kendall Jenner's lob
Kendall Jenner may have gotten her hair cut into a lob, but it's on the longer side, proving that this A-list model isn't ready to go for the big chop just yet. This length is perfect for anyone with long hair who wants to refresh their style, without wanting to commit to a major change that will take months to grow out.
Sophie Turner's platinum blond hair
Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner was always known for her gorgeous red hair, but this summer her locks underwent a platinum blonde transformation. While it made a few GOT fans upset, we think she looks stunning no matter what color her mane is. If you decide to opt for the light color yourself, make to ask your hairstylist about SMARTBOND. It will protect your locks during the coloring process to ensure a bright and beautiful end result!
James Franco's 70s hair
This summer, James Franco was spotted rocking a 70s-style look during filming for HBO's The Deuce. He apparently liked the style so much that he wanted to wear it on the red carpet, mustache and all! His hair is parted to let his wavy locks fall to one side. Seeing as 70s-style bangs are still popular this fall in the women's hair world, we think Franco is trying to bring the 70s back for men as well... and it might just be working!
Paul Rudd's undercut
The handsome actor went through a lot of hair transformations over the summer, but the undercut was definitely the trendiest. If you decide to copy this style and want to add some texture to the top portion of your hair without it looking like you tried hard, Depolish by Wild Stylers from L'Oréal Professionnel is a great product to use.